In a continuation of the “If it sounds to good to be true” posts, Publix is NOT giving a $250 coupon. If you see this when on social media, its a scam. Today’s post will go over this scam.
The old adage, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”, comes in to play with today’s post. McDonald’s is not giving away Free Big Mac Meals, contrary to the emails, and/or social media posts you may have seen.
Fake offers and Scams are as old as the internet itself. From Microsoft, to Amazon, to Actor Tyler Perry, if you are popular or famous you have been used by scammers to try to trick unsuspecting people. The latest scam involves a fake coupon
In an interview with local Seattle TV station KIRO 7, an Office Depot employee has spoken out about unnecessary computer fixes that customers who brought computers in to Office Depot were tricked into paying. According to the employee interviewed by KIRO, “If they actually did
Since the invention of email, there have been bad guys trying to trick others into giving up personal information. The fact that in the 25+ years since the start of the internet, as we know it, the trend continues. That just means that there are
Homeowners in Oklahoma Find Their Homes For Rent On Facebook. In another example of social media being used to scam people, a Facebook page called Rent Homes was set up advertising homes for rent in the Tulsa Oklahoma area, that promised rental homes for a